‘We’re All in It Together’: BWHers Prepare for Joint Commission Survey
Between now and January 2019, The Joint Commission (TJC) surveyors are expected to arrive at BWH to conduct a hospital-wide accreditation survey. TJC is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards.
Q&A: Physician by Day, Blogger by Night (and Weekends)
Since launching the HIV and ID Observations blog, Paul Sax, MD, clinical director of the Division of Infectious Diseases, has written hundreds of posts about infectious diseases, medicine in general and various other not-so-medical topics.
NICU Milk Analyzer Study Aims to Personalize Pre-Term Infant Nutrition
Human breast milk is uniquely equipped to meet nutritional needs of full-term infants. But pre-term babies generally require that a fortifier containing calories, protein, calcium and micronutrients such as zinc and Vitamin A be added to a breast milk diet.
BWH Cardiologists Celebrate Clever, Eccentric Science at ‘Ig Nobel’ Ceremony
A contingent of Brigham cardiologists attended the Ig Nobel Prize ceremony at Harvard University on Sept. 13, joining researchers from around the world to honor “achievements that make people laugh and then think.”
Brigham Block Party: Photo Gallery
BWH hosted Brigham Block Party across the main campus on Sept. 20. BWHers gathered in Stoneman Centennial Park to enjoy food trucks, lawn games, live music and more. Festivities continued across the distributed campus.
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